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Martin Luther King Jr.

Parent Category: Civil Rights Leaders
Martin Luther King Jr. was a social activist that fought for equal rights of African-Americans.
M.L. King uses a number of techniques to persuade his audience tojoin his campaign.
A political activist is an individual who takes action in order tochange laws. These people are often lightning rods for controversybecause of the divisive issues that they address.
Mother: Alberta Williams King Father: Martin Luther King, Sr.
The protestant church
He helped African American with not having to be arrested and he accomplished his dream
Her birthday is June 28
Gergia atlanta geogia withh his family he was a great guy
He was Baptist. But only he and God can know for certain wether he was "Born-again"
1) When his grandmother passed away in may 1941, he tried commitingsuicide by jumping from the second story window of his house. 2)He smoked regularly 3) While on a book tour for his book Stride Toward Freedom,a woman approached Martin Luther King Jr. and stabbed him in thechest with a letter...
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He was not a king that was his last name.
Martin Luther King makes reference to "the true ekklesia". The word 'ekklesia', means 'church', so by invoking "the true ekklesia", he is invoking the real church. This is in reference to "the church within the church", or the part of church beyond organized. Martin Luther King expresses...
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Nonviolent, Hero, Brave, Determined, and Peaceful are some words that describes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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He demolished segregation by fighting for blacks rights and all are equal without using violence to prove his point.
was martin Luther king, jr apart of the civil rights act
You had to travel in the back of the bus, some bars restaurants and hotels refused to serve you. your children were forced into schools that were segregated People in general were able to treat you in a discriminatory manner based on the fact that they had a problem with your colour or race. Many...
Martin Luther King Jr. was born at a time where racism was a big issue in our world. There were the white people and the colored people. White people were treated better than blacks by a milestone. Nobody would ever speak up when they were told to go to the back of the public bus or told to go to...
Martin Luther King Jr. made the famous "I have a Dream" speech on August 28, 1963 from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
its important because is ways why we celebrate history of the holiday itself "freedom" he had das and dreams to make the world a better place
Cuz he waz a black minister who wanted equal rights
He gave his speech on August 28, 1963, so as of February 2018, hegave his speech 54 years and 5 months ago.
from a serious stroke and dr martin luther king was depresed but he kept doing about him self and other.
What he means is, that everyone is treated with respect, and the tenderness and fairness they deserve no matter what physical characteristics.
MLK birthday was January 15th it is always celebrated on tha t weekend closest to the day.
He worked at the baptist minister at his church in atlanta, georgia
Fought for soemthing that was considere the right thing and true
He was a good speller and good at writing
My opinion--- For one, I think Nelson Mandela's speech was a lot more motivating than Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about HIS dreams. He talked about what he saw in his dreams and how he wanted the people to dream about the same thing. Nelson Mandela on the other hand...
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Was the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., 'Pro-Life'? . Direct quotations answering this subject are rather scanty. With such a provocative subject, it is necessary to be quite precise.. Without citing his sources, the African American Reverend Clenard Childress, New Jersey Director of the Life...
Grandson of the cellist Friedrich Buxbaum (1969-1948)
Martin went through struggles by trying to put blacks and whites together
Martin Luther King, Jr's Role in Human Rights . I'm a 5th grader and I know that he fought for desegragation and to help all African- Americans. He also fought for the right of sitting in the front of buses and for the schools, so basically everything would be in the order that God wanted it in....
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Who has written over 70 books for children and five Corretta Scott King Awards?
martin Luther king was not a presendent he was a civil right leader ...
from what i read the impact drking had on our lives is hope,he had hope for us to become one equal familt one day. he inspired many African American people to always fught for what they want and never give up. he preyed for us and preached for us and now today everyone is equal. he let us know to...
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that whites and blacks can sit together
If Martin Luther King, Jr. were still alive, he would be 81 today. (Born January 15, 1929)
Yes they're still here
He was a pervert and sex addict
she had problem with her did
White people did not agree with Dr. Martin Luther Kings speech. A white man shot him. By: sharmayne Clark Age:10
MLK JR is a RESPECTFUL PEACEFUL INTELLIGENT
Martin Luther King was an important figure in history. He helpedthe Civil Rights movement, he encouraged peace in a time of chaos,and he showed the world that a person can obtain what they wantthrough peaceful means. He changed lives by changing outlooks andproving stereotypes wrong.
he was known for his loving n caring heart n he didnt enjoy war so he was easy to get along with
The Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC.
January 18th 1965 was a Monday.
Yes he had three sons answered by
It was both for a protest and a communal celebration.
He used his "I have a Dream" speech.
martin told the blacks that they would no longer ride the bus until they treated them as equal as the whites
Martin Luther King Jr was an important person because, he stood up for what he belives in and told people about his dream before he was killed by James Earl Ray.
In what year did Martin Luther king won the noble prize
Martin Luther King Jr. Was Buried In Atlanta Georgia
How would i know i like Martin Luther KIng but i dont know gosh
I'm not saying this just because I'm black but I don't think any white are better than black people or black people are better than white people. I really never understood why white people didn't like black people just because they are different colors.
Michael king jr. There might be a Luther between Michael and king, but I am not sure
He addressed it to the 8 white clergyman. Specifically, he wrote "My Dear Fellow Clergymen."
I believe somebody shot him
a model of the Lincoln monument with the reflection pool in the back :)
In Memphis,Tennessee April 4 1968 by assassination with rifle
Every one was very sad and mopped around for days and days and days.
Martin Luther King Jr. had four children. They are: Yolanda Denise-King (deceased) Martin Luther King III Dexter Scott King Bernice Albertine King
Martin Luther King did not fight FOR racism, he fought AGAINST it by boy-cots and sit ins
he lived from 1929 to 1968. (39 years)
It wasn't right, not at all. It all started because African Americans were once slaves, and when the U.S. got rid of slavery, some people did not like that. So in return, they still treated African American people very badly.
Her parents and grandparents motivated her, as did her teacher.
Before the Civil Rights Movement it was illegal in many places, and where it wasn't it was often discouraged so aggressively by the KKK and social taboos that it was a rare occurence.